Students integrate concepts, theories, and methods from multiple disciplines, deepening their understanding of a topic. They acquire discipline-specific understandings and produce a synthesis across disciplines that allows them to explain concepts and solve problems of greater complexity.
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IDL allows the student to learn by making connections between ideas and concepts across different disciplinary boundaries. Students learning in this way are able to apply the knowledge gained in one discipline to another different discipline
The interdisciplinary approach enables students to learn about a topic in greater depth by exploring its role in science, math, music, art, language arts, computer, library and even physical education.
Dr. Gardner generated the theory of multiple intelligences to recognize the various ways students process information, engage in experiences, and perform understanding. TNS teachers create learning experiences in the classroom, fostering these eight modalities as they build lessons that provide deeper learning.
The capacity to understand the intentions, motivation, desires of other people and, consequently, to work effectively with others. People who employ this intelligence include clinicians, religious leaders, promoters, teachers, actors, salespeople and political leaders.
Every child learns differently.
Electives help middle school students build concrete artistic or engineering skills, develop a growth mindset, are rich in feedback, connect students with nature and build an innovative product or piece of art. Possible electives include studio art, robotics, music, e-sports, dance, movement, team sports, and media publications.
Our curriculum is composed of core subjects and four specialist classes. These specialist/elective classes are as follows:
Designed to develop students’ creativity, build concrete scientific and engineering skills, learn how to grow from failure, create new inventions, and experiment with Design Thinking.
Based on music, movement, dance, drama, and communication skills, students are able to express themselves through the arts and strengthen their confidence.
Encourages students to develop their creativity and expressive awareness through the use of powerful tools for learning artistic mediums. The arts serve to heighten Vietnam’s rich cultural traditions.
Teaches students critical thinking skills and uses literature and storytelling while addressing ideas like digital citizenship, information, media, data journalism and technology literacy. This course teaches students to move from being a consumer to a creator of media.
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